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roman numerals tables. Best one I've seen so far.-BirdY

Roman numerals chart. Print it for a game converting the numbers in car registrations.

Roomalaiset numerot. Antwoorden van rekenen opschrijven in romeinse getallen

Salt tray math game - have child count (or subitize) the dots on the card, then write the number in the salt. On the back of the card is the correct number so the child can check their work.

Roman farmers Calendar. Each side bears the names of three months of the year. For each month we can see, starting from the top: the number of days in it, the day in which the Nones(the day of the moons first quarter)falls; the duration of the day and night expressed in hours; the sign of the Zodiac; the protecting divinity; work to be attended to in the fields, and the most important festivities. #TaraMedium

Fun, basic math station for start of school. Perhaps bring in other manipulatives to represent the numeral?

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The Roman Empire Many of Europe's languages and institutions date back more or less linearally to the Roman Empire. This map (see 39 more Rome maps here) shows the empire at its greatest extent under Trajan in 117 A.D. Rome ruled substantial portions of North Africa and the Levant that today would be considered non-European, while excluding most of Germany, the Nordic countries, and most of central and eastern Europe

gildedhistory: “ Hairstyles of Ancient Rome “ “Hairstyle fashion in Rome was ever changing, and particularly in the Roman Imperial Period there were a number of different ways to style hair. Much the...

“spintrii” Roman coins used as token for entrance in Roman brothels

Roman numerals math (my kids know how to read Roman numerals from their McGuffey’s lessons; use Popsicle sticks on the table) Big hit with 8 and 10 year old; we went up to 11. I handed 8yo the total number of sticks she would need to form into shape. However, she can read Roman numerals easily; today she read “49” in her McGuffey’s. Each number is a little equation: 1,2,3, are easy, teach that V is five, so 4 is “1 before 5 or I before V”, 6 is one after 5 or I after V = VI, etc